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NikMonster69

Hi, I have RAM problem

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Sooo...

I was stupid to turn my RAM frequency on 4000Mhz, my RAM is only 2666Mhz...

Now i have black screen and nothing more, i spam for bios but no response. Someone can help me ?

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reset the cmos


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10 minutes ago, NikMonster69 said:

Sooo...

I was stupid to turn my RAM frequency on 4000Mhz, my RAM is only 2666Mhz...

Now i have black screen and nothing more, i spam for bios but no response. Someone can help me ?

Take out the cmos battery. unplug the psu. watch a tv show. Return the battery. Plug in PSU. Boot.


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I'd suggest finding the CMOS reset switch/pins on your motherboard instead of removing the CMOS battery, the battery is almost always a nightmare to remove. Check your manual, it should say either where there's a button to reset the CMOS or where two pins are that will reset it, just bridge them with a screwdriver.


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